Aplus All Media to MP3 is a tool developed to extract audio tracks from video files to the most common formats. It can work with AVI, DivX, Xvid, MPEG, WMV, MOV files, and converts audio to MP3, WMA, WAV, and OGG formats.
Its interface includes a preview of the input video that helps when setting start and end points of the clip to extract (if you want just a part of it), and also allows you to capture video frames to Image files (like BMP, EMF, GIF, J2K, JPEG, PCX, PNG, RAS, TGA, TIFF, WMF).
The extraction process is simple, you just have to add the files to extract (browsing, drag and drop is not available), set output folder, choose a format, mark start and end points of the clip, and start conversion. Batch processing is also supported.
If you have some videos but would like to take their audio tracks with you and reproduce them with an mp3 player, this tool could help you. It is not the best option (I prefer programs with more uses) but it works fine. if you want to test it, a free but limited demo is available for download at the developer's site.
Intel Pentium II 350MHz
64 MB RAM
- Can extract clips
- Easy to use
- Not many formats supported